**Navigating the Dual Enrollment Portal**

Learn more about navigating our Dual Enrollment Portal:

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#### Adobe Sign

- Counselors who do not have access to the shared portal or choose to use Adobe Sign, can utilize this form to refer students.
- Instructions for using the Adobe Sign Platform

#### Demonstration of College Readiness for Dual Enrollment

**Beginning with the Fall 2022 semester**, student eligibility requirements for initial enrollment in **college credit **dual enrollment courses must include meeting a 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average (GPA) and demonstrated college readiness through the assessment of communication and computation skills (i.e., traditional and alternative tests or high school courses). Secondary School Counselors can refer students for placement testing or provide evidence of college readiness through alternative tests or high school courses. Evidence of college readiness through alternative tests or high school courses can be documented and uploaded into the Dual Enrollment Shared Portal.

#### Approved Tests and High School Courses

**ALL Dual Enrollment Courses that require College Readiness in Reading and Writing**

**PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10**- Reading: ≥ 24
- Writing and Language: ≥ 25

**Digital PSAT/NMSQT or Digital PSAT 10**- Evidence-Based Reading and Writing ≥ 490

**SAT**- Reading: ≥ 24
- Writing: ≥ 25 (Writing and Language)

**Digital SAT**- Evidence-Based Reading and Writing ≥ 490

**PreACT**- Reading: ≥ 22
- English: ≥ 18

**ACT**- Reading: ≥ 19
- Writing: ≥ 17

**Classical Learning Test (CLT)**

- Sum of the Verbal Reasoning and Grammar/Writing Sections: 38

**PERT**- Reading: ≥ 106
- Writing: ≥ 103

**ACCUPLACER NG**- Reading: 256+
- Writing: 253+

**Unweighted GPA of 3.0***AND*'B' or better grade in one of the following:- English 4*
- English 4 Honors*
- Any English course offered through the AP, IB, or Cambridge/AICE programs.

**ACCEL Diploma Program Students only*

**MAT 1033: Intermediate Algebra (3 credits)****MGF 1130: Mathematical Thinking (3 credits)****MGF 1131: Mathematics in Context (3 credits)**

**PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10 (PSATNMSQ10)**- Math: 24-26
**Digital PSAT/NMSQT or Digital PSAT 10**- Math: 480-520
**SAT**- Math: 24-26
**Digital SAT**- Math: 480-520
**PreACT**- Math: ≥ 22
**ACT**- Math: 19-20
**Classical Learning Test (CLT)**- Quantitative Reasoning Section: 16
**PERT**- Math: 114-122
**ACCUPLACER NG**- 261
**FSA (End of Course)**- Algebra 1 (ALG1) or Geometry (GEOM) ≥ Level 4
**ALEKS PPL**- Math score range: 30-45
**Unweighted GPA of 3.0***AND*'B' or better grade in one of the following:- Algebra 1 or Algebra 1 Honors Course
- Algebra 2 or Algebra 2 Honors Course
- Pre-Calculus
- Calculus
- Geometry
- Probability and Statistics
- Math for College Algebra
- Math for College Statistics,
- Math for College Liberal Arts
- Any math course offered through AP, IB, Cambridge/AICE

**MAC 1105: College Algebra (3 credits)****MAC 1106: Integrated College and Precalculus (5 credits)****MGF 1130: Mathematical Thinking (3 credits)****MGF 1131: Mathematics in Context (3 credits)****STA 2023: Statistical Methods (3 credits) **

**PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10 (PSATNMSQ10)**- Math: ≥ 26.5
*Math: ≥ 31**- refer to Math Department for course placement***Digital PSAT/NMSQT or Digital PSAT 10**- Math: ≥ 530
*Math: ≥ 620 - refer to Math Department for course placement*

**SAT**- Math: ≥ 26.5
*Math: ≥ 31 - refer to Math Department for course placement*

**PreACT**- Math: ≥ 22
*Math: ≥ 27*-*refer to Math Department for course placement***ACT**- Math: ≥ 21
*Math: ≥ 27 - refer to Math Department for course placement*

**PERT**- Math: 123-150

**ACCUPLACER NG**- Test dates since August 16, 2022: 261-300

**ALEKS PPL**- Math score range: 46 - 60
**Unweighted GPA of 3.0***AND*'B' or better grade in one of the following:- Algebra 2 or Algebra 2 Honors Course
- Pre-Calculus
- Calculus
- Probability and Statistics*
- Any math course offered through AP, IB, Cambridge/AICE

****Probability and Statistics course can only be used for MGF1131 or STA2023.*

**MAC 1114: Trigonometry (3 credits)****MAC 1140: Pre-Calculus Algebra (3 credits)****MAC 1147: Pre-Calculus Algebra and Trigonometry (5 credits)****MAC 2233: Business Calculus (3 credits) **

**PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10 (PSATNMSQ10)**- Math: ≥ 31
*(refer to Math Department for course placement)* **SAT***Math: ≥ 31(refer to Math Department for course placement)*

**PreACT**- Math: ≥ 27
*(refer to Math Department for course placement)* **ACT***Math: ≥ 27 - refer to Math Department for course placement*

**ACCUPLACER NG**- Math: 250 - 269 (AAF is Used)
- Math: 270 - 279 (AAF is Used for MAC 1147)

**ALEKS PPL**- Math score range: 61 - 75
**Unweighted GPA of 3.0***AND*'B' or better grade in one of the following:- Pre-Calculus
- Calculus

**MAC 2311: Calculus and Analytical Geometry 1 (5 credits) **

**ACCUPLACER NG**- Math: 280 - 300 (AAF is Used)

**ALEKS PPL**- Math score range: ≥ 76
**Unweighted GPA of 3.0***AND*'B' or better grade in the following:- Calculus

#### Placement Test Referral

- Submit a Test Referral
**For SAS Counselors:**Submit an SAS TEST Referral